1. You are going to pick 1 card from a deck of regular playing
cards. Find the probability of getting a Red Card or a Queen
2. You are going to pick 1 card from a deck of regular
playing cards. Find the probability of getting a Club or Black
Card.
3. You are going to pick 2 cards from a deck of regular
playing cards and you do not replace the card after the first pick.
Find the probability of getting a Heart on the first pick and a Red
Card on the second pick.
4. You are going to pick 2 cards from a deck of regular
playing cards and you do not replace the card after the first pick.
Find the probability of getting a 5 on the first pick and a 10 on
the second pick.
5. A Game is to be played where there is a box with 3  $100
bill, 5 $20 bills, 2 $5.00 bills and 10  Blank Bills. You reach
into the box and pick a bill. What is the probability of not
getting a blank bill?
6. Assume there are 2 jars with different color balls in
them. Jar 1 has 5 red and 5 blue, Jar 2 has 9 red and 1 blue. If
you close our eyes and pick a ball at random find the probability
of picking a blue ball.
Use the following Table for Mail Delivery Delivered to First
Class Ads Magazine Home
100
400
300 Business
700
1000
200
7. Find the probability that the mailed item was First Class
or it went to a home.
8. Find the probability that the mailed item was an Ad.
9. Find the probability that the mailed item went to a home
given that it was a magazine.
10. At a local clinic there are 10 men, 8 women. If 3
patients are selected at random find the probability that at least
one of the patients is a woman.
Assume there is a 4 person family and you are looking at the
gender of the children. Let the
random variable X stand for number of females in the 4
children in the sample.
11. List the Discrete Random Variable Distribution in table
format for this situation. Find the mean, variance and standard
deviation for this distribution.
12. A raffle is to be held on a TV that is valued at $3000. A
ticket costs $7.00 and 2000 tickets are sold. Find the expected
value, E(X) for this situation.
13. A person randomly guesses on a 10 problem True or False
test. Find the probability of getting exactly 7 questions correct.
Use Statcrunch to solve this and paste in your graph and solution.
14. Using the previous problem find the probability of
getting less than 8 questions correct. Use Statcrunch to solve this
and paste in your graph and solution.
15. A person takes a 7 problem test where each question has
options a, b, c, and d. Find the probability of getting 5 or more
questions correct. Use Statcrunch to solve this and paste in your
graph and solution.
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